The end of May is going to bring with it Google I/O 2015, and now we know that Apple’s own big developer conference is going to come shortly after.
Apple has confirmed that its Worldwide Developers Conference will take place from June 8 through June 12 at Moscone West in San Francisco. The even will include more than 100 technical sessions hosted by Apple engineers, more than 100 hands-on labs, lunchtime sessions, and more. Apple also teases that it will show developers “the future of iOS and OS X.”
Previous rumors have suggested that Apple will show off an updated Apple TV at WWDC as well. The unit has been described as being a “significant overhaul” from the previous model, offering a new design and updated specs. Additionally, it's thought that Apple might show its new, rebranded version of its Beats Music streaming service at the conference.
Past WWDC events have included the first look at the next major version of iOS. There haven’t been any major rumors about what iOS 9 might bring with it, or if we’ll even see iOS 9 at WWDC, so for now Apple’s WWDC plans for iOS are a mystery.
What would you like to see in iOS 9?